The name "Guns and Good Company" is actually a title of a chapter out of C.S. Lewis' book, "Surprised by Joy." In this book, Lewis talks about his earlier years in life. In this specific chapter, Lewis enlisted in the British army during WWI. In the difficult context of war, his heart grew in love as he was surrounded by "good company." He states at one point, "memory fills these months with pleasant, transitory, contacts. Every few days, one seemed to meet a scholar, an original, a poet, a cheery buffoon, a raconteur or at least a man of good will." These encounters helped him not only respect ordinary men, but also cope with the emotional effects of war. In the context of our morally decaying society, we, as believers, understand the importance of having fellow Christ-followers battling alongside us. In the difficult context of having a ruler who demanded his workers worship a false god, Shadrach, Meshach, and Abednego knew the God they served, and knew they couldn't serve any other god. They had each other's backs. How important it is to have fellow laborers!
Each of us have been youth directors at different churches and it has really allowed God to come in and mature our spirits. We had taken a somewhat long break from music and replaced the time with growth. We are excited to get our music in your ears and to have the feeling of performing for y'all once again!
We strive to worship Christ along side you. Our purpose is to make His name great through the songs we sing and the life we lead. We would love to partner with you and/or your church.